Supersystem, French Toast, Ris Paul Ric January 7th at Black Cat Poster

Jan 7th El Jefe Poster
�� El Jefe Design


Supersystem
with French Toast, Ris Paul Ric January 7th at Black Cat Poster.

Poster was designed by El Jefe Design — “Always delivering heavyweight design”. Poster should be available for sale shortly on the artist’s site.


This is part of our ongoing local artist concert poster and hanbill gallery — if you are an artist, or band and would like to submit the poster or handbill from your upcoming show email the poster image with artist information, and show information including a blurb about the show and the poster to posters [at] mudsugar [dot] com. Please make sure emails are no larger than 1mb.


2 Comments

  1. […] Remember when Ska fell off in the mid 90s? The Pietasters don’t. These local skankers have been rocking steady for over 10 years, and are back with a new live DVD filmed at the 9:30 Club, where they are playing Saturday night. Joining the band will be The Slackers, 33 West, and The Rootworkers. Supersystem Saturday also brings our PICK OF THE WEEK to the Black Cat: three bands formed from the afterbirth of the Dischord roster. Ris Paul Ric is Chris Richards, who played just about every instrument at one point in his career with Q and Not U. He describes his new effort as sounding like “the quieter songs off the last two [Q and Not U] records.” Richards is touring with Black Eyes’ Dan Caldas, another member of the Dischord family, on drums. French Toast is made up of Jerry Busher (one of Fugazi’s drummers) and James Canty (Nation of Ulysses, the Make Up), two multi-instrumentalists who have been in the DC scene for years. Supersystem, the show headliners and one of my favorite live bands, is simply El Guapo with a new drummer. The band changed their name rather than step up to the copyright challenge from another “El Guapo,” based out of Chicago. Get the whole story here. If you like synth-heavy dance-pop, this show was made for you. Check out the cool poster for this show here. Free MP3: “Bugman” by French Toast. […]

  2. […] Remember when Ska fell off in the mid 90s? The Pietasters don’t. These local skankers have been rocking steady for over 10 years, and are back with a new live DVD filmed at the 9:30 Club, where they are playing Saturday night. Joining the band will be The Slackers, 33 West, and The Rootworkers. Supersystem Saturday also brings our PICK OF THE WEEK to the Black Cat: three bands formed from the afterbirth of the Dischord roster. Ris Paul Ric is Chris Richards, who played just about every instrument at one point in his career with Q and Not U. He describes his new effort as sounding like “the quieter songs off the last two [Q and Not U] records.” Richards is touring with Black Eyes’ Dan Caldas, another member of the Dischord family, on drums. French Toast is made up of Jerry Busher (one of Fugazi’s drummers) and James Canty (Nation of Ulysses, the Make Up), two multi-instrumentalists who have been in the DC scene for years. Supersystem, the show headliners and one of my favorite live bands, is simply El Guapo with a new drummer. The band changed their name rather than step up to the copyright challenge from another “El Guapo,” based out of Chicago. Get the whole story here. If you like synth-heavy dance-pop, this show was made for you. Check out the cool poster for this show here. Free MP3: “Breakfast” by French Toast (off the Bugman EP). […]

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